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After trying unsuccessfully to acquire a "Bootie" trunk bag I bit the bullet and ordered a bag off Amazon for twenty bucks. It's 10 x 14 x 31.5 inches with two dividers


My wife had to alter it slightly, cutting an inch off the edge closest to the engine (right below the rubber seal) and cut the rigid floor where the "exhaust hump" is. She also added a couple of strips of Velcro on the engine side to keep it flush The soft top fits behind the trunk organizer and can still be removed with the oranizer installed
I think it's a winner for $20 and an hour of work!
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I'd been thinking I'd research and adapt a product of this type, so thanks for doing it for me! Just ordered this one.
 

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I uses these to make my own organizers from various size cardboard boxes

The velcro hooks hold very well to the carpet, just make sure you set them nicely in there.
Made a section specifically for the soft top and support rods
 

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I uses these to make my own organizers from various size cardboard boxes

The velcro hooks hold very well to the carpet, just make sure you set them nicely in there.
Made a section specifically for the soft top and support rods
Cool, thank you for sharing.
 

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first off, nice work. It looks great, and useful.

two minor things:
1- are you losing the space under the clam in the rear?
2- The one benefit of the boottie is the padded sides which offer some amount of protection from whatever is flying around your trunk.
 

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Thanks
1) The soft top actually fits behind it
2) It butts up to the battery and ends a few inches from the right side of the clam. I tested it out with 4 six packs...all good!
 
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